Already on April 9th ​​in Japan and with the release of the fifth edition of this year Bessatsu Shonen magazine, the final chapter of the manga, written and illustrated by Hajime isayama, Shingeki no Kyojin ((attack on Titan).

After a serialization of eleven years and seven months since September 2009, the work is complete. To date, 33 compilation volumes have been published and the literary franchise has more than 100 million copies in circulation worldwide. The final volume is due to be released in Japan on June 9th and will also be available in a special edition.

The franchise inspired an animated adaptation that has been broadcasting seasons of the latest title since 2013 Shingeki no Kyojin: The final season Broadcast in December 2020 in Japan with a total of 16 episodes, which confirms a second part for the winter season 2022 (January-March). A live action film produced in Hollywood is also currently being produced.

Summary by Shingeki no Kyojin

A century ago humans were threatened with extinction when an unbeatable and terrible enemy emerged: the titans, gigantic monsters that devoured much of humanity and forced the few survivors to lock themselves behind high walls. Behind these walls stands Eren Jaeger, a boy who dreams of crossing them to see the outside world and who lives his everyday life with his parents, his adoptive sister Mikasa Ackerman and his friend Armin Arlert.

One fateful day, however, humanity remembers its fate when a gigantic 60-meter titan appears in front of the first row of walls, protecting people from their most formidable enemy. So Eren, Mikasa and Armin lose their home and all hope, while our protagonist takes an oath: His goal in life will be to destroy all titans. Thus begins a story of survival and war in which its characters must solve the mystery behind the existence of these terrible beings.

Source: Comic Natalie

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